Harriet Showalter is the ex-wife of Don Imus, a radio host, humorist, as well as a landscape photographer, philanthropist, and writer. Harriet and Don Imus married in 1969 and divorced 1979. Harriet has two daughters from her previous married named Nadine and Tony and two daughters named Ashley and Elizabeth with her second husband Don Imus.
Harriet Showalter's ex-husband Don Imus won four Marconi Awards, three for Major Market Personality of the Year respectively in 1990, 1992 and 1997 and one for Network Syndicated Personality in 1994. Her ex-husband Imus is popular in a role of Billy Sol Hargis, a radio evangelist whose name was a cross between Billy James Hargis and Billie Sol Estes.
Imus was also the utility announcer for Geraldo Rivera's monthly TV series Good Night, America, which aired as a recurring segment of ABC's Wide World of Entertainment program, and he was one of the inaugural video jockeys for the launch of the VH-1 cable network in 1985.Edit
Harriet Showalter Married(s)
Second Marriage to Don Imus
Harriet Showalter is popular known as the ex-wife of Don Imus, a radio host, humorist, as well as a landscape photographer, philanthropist, and writer. Edit this content